Heather is a native of Piedmont, Alabama, and shareholder at the law firm of Boyd, Fernambucq, Dunn & Fann, P.C., with a concentration on divorce and custody and support issues and recent work on marriage equality cases. Heather is the Chair of the Alabama State Bar’s Family Law Section. Heather enjoys her work but the joy of her life is a toddler named Tate.
Noah Kissack began ballroom dance at the age of 14 in a very large social dance class for teens. Within the first year, his teachers decided he would make a great assistant and began training him as a student instructor, a volunteer position in which he enjoyed teaching students from ages 6-20 for two and a half years before he graduated. Noah has danced on numerous ballroom exhibition teams as well as working as a ballroom dance host for camps and events around the south. He began dancing competitively in 2014 and he currently holds two world champion titles, as well as other achievements, in the UCWDC. Noah began his professional career after winning his second world title and is now on staff at Bailey Dance in Hoover, where he teaches both social and competitive dance in group and private lessons.